Chelsea Louise

Domestic Shorthair
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Home:Hastings, United Kingdom  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 18 Years   Sex: Female

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Chelsea Lou, Lou Lou, Lou, Chels

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Quick Bio:
-blind -cat rescue

April 9th 1999

Tabby and White

Cuddling with Mum & Dad, sleeping

When Mum or Dad put something in her bed, vacuum cleaner

Favorite Toy:
toy mouse

Favorite Nap Spot:
In her bed on the people bed or on back of her armchair, heated bed,

Favorite Food:
Tuna, butter She loves to eat!

She is great at navigation even though she is partially sighted,She always knows the time!


Arrival Story:
3 years ago, Our cherished Cat Dolly died after a long illness. Our house felt so sad and empty. I contacted a local cat shelter and told them we would like to adopt a cat that others might find unadoptable. The shelter found us Chelsea and this is her story! Chelsea was born in London England. She and her littermates were taken to the Celia Hammond Cat Rehoming Centre. The whole litter was sick with Cat Flu. All the kittens died but Chelsea. Chelsea's eyes were damaged from the flu and she had to undergo several surgeries to save them. She was rehomed but 6 years later her family got a divorce. Chelsea was taken back to Celia Hammond's. She stayed there five months. No one seemed to want this beautiful little crosse eyed cat because of her history of eye problems and the fact that she is partially sighted. She became a favourite of Celia Hammond, founder of the home who desperately wanted to find her a nice home. She decided to send her to Hastings to see if a home could be found for her there. She was sent down from London on a Monday, the same day our cat died. When I made my request for a special cat, they thought of Chelsea, the poor little lost soul! They even brought her out to our home. We were thrilled when we saw her little head pop out of the carrier, followed by her great big body! She has been with us ever since, bringing us joy , love and happiness!

Chelsea's Mum is from America! Chelsea's Dad is English!

Lives Remaining:
5 of 9

Forums Motto:
Princess Chunk of Hastings!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Fido's Birthday Pawty - Jan 15 All Day!

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I've Been On Catster Since:
August 26th 2008 More than 8 years!

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Chelsea's Cat Tales

Trying out my new wings at the Rainbow Bridge!

March 28th 2014 1:26 pm
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Today was my day to go to Rainbow Bridge. I no longer have cancer in my tummy,or diabetes and I can see perfectly. I was very sad to leave my Mum and Dad and brothers but it was time. I am happy to say I was loved very much and a happy cat and Mum and Dad were with me until the second I left the earth. I knew the love of many friends and now at the Bridge I am joined by my husband Skinner and all my friends that have gone before. For those of you left on earth. I can be your new guardian angel! Much Love thru eternity, Chelsea Louise Kidson!


There is an engagement in my family!

August 16th 2011 7:18 pm
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Hi Everyone! I havent written in my diary in over a year! It iz cause my Mummy iz my typist and she keeps running to America on the other side of the door and back! I have not seen hers since December 2010 and Daddy says she has too much going on to types my diary! Imagine that?
Everyday when Daddy talks to Mummy on the computer, I hear their thoughts in my head and I run to the door and sit by it cause I just KNOW that is where Peoples come and go from. If Daddy is typing to Mum on the puter then she MUST be on the other side of the door, cause that is where America is, Right? Sometimes Dad talks to Mummy and I can hear her voice on the puter and of course I run to the door but she keeps not coming through it...
I heard something the other day I think might be special though so I want to tell you about it. My Mummy and Daddy are engaged! I know about this cause I was engaged to Skinner one time before we were married... Daddy says when he and Mummy are married then after some crazy peoples called "Immigration" stamp a little book she can come and stay with us "Furever". I am so excited I just hads to tell everyone!!! I loves you all even when I iz not here in my diary. We still read everyones diaries even when I iz not here myself... Love, Chelsea Louise


Goodbye Sweet Alfie!

February 2nd 2010 3:20 pm
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I told Mum, I really wanted to write a tribute to my friend Alfie but she said she had to wait a bit because she is so upset...
When I first came to Catster, Alfie's Mom, welcomed me with the open arms of friendship and made me feel at home... Alfie and Wally and Teddy sent me my beautiful Hazel Lucy blanket, which I cherish. Alfie's Mom was very patient with my Mom, teaching her the tricks of putting things on Catster and the codes, whatever those are... Alfie's family became part of ours, in our hearts...
Now we hear that our sweet little Alfie has had a freaky accident that took him to the Rainbow Bridge way too early. We know his wonderful Mom now has a broken heart and so does his Granddad, brother Teddy Bearz and baby brother Milo.. I am soooooooo sorry he is gone. I wish I could bring him back but I can't, so I will thank Alfie instead
Thanks for the love you gave your Mom.
Thanks for the hugs you gave Teddy and then shared with us.
Thanks for your beautiful orange and white beauty and expressive eyes.
Thanks for teaching your new brother Milo all your best tricks and showing
him how to share his love.
Thanks for having the expressions of an angel and the bounciness of Tigger.
Thanks for your friendship.
Thanks for my Hazel Lucy blanket.
Thanks for being Sir Alfred Kneads-A-Lot.
Love, Chelsea Louise

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